Handbook of Physical Education

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David Kirk, Doune Macdonald, Mary O′Sullivan
SAGE, Sep 18, 2006 - Education - 864 pages
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`This is simply the physical education book of its time. The editors must be congratulated on bringing together so many quality authors from so many different parts of the world. As a handbook, it represents how far the study of physical education has moved forward in recent times. What we have is a clear portrayal of physical education at the start of the 21st century′ - Mike Jess, University of Edinburgh

`This Handbook is a "must read" for all physical educators who are serious about understanding their subject and developing their practices. The list of authors involved reads like a "who′s who"′ of physical education at a global level - the editors are to be commended on bringing together such collective expertise - this is a key strength of the book. The Handbook successfully expresses a view of knowledge about physical education pedagogy which embraces different research traditions and emerging areas of interest across the global scholarly community′ - Jo Harris, Loughborough University

`This comprehensive and eclectic exploration into the field of physical education draws on the vast expertise of its renowned international contributors with astounding results. The Handbook of Physical Education serves to firmly reinstate physical education to its position as the core discipline of sport and exercise science. The Handbook is destined to become an indispensable academic resource for scholars, students and enthusiasts of physical education for years to come′ - Pilvikki Heikinaro-Johansson, University of Jyväskylä

What is the current condition of the field of physical education? How has it adapted to the rise of kinesiology, sport and exercise science and human movement studies over the last thirty years?

This Handbook provides an authoritative critical overview of the field and identifies future challenges and directions.

The Handbook is divided in to six parts:

- Perspectives and Paradigms in Physical Education Pedagogy Research;

- Cross-disciplinary Contributions to Research on Physical Education;

- Learners and Learning in Physical Education;

- Teachers, Teaching and Teacher Education in Physical Education;

- Physical Education Curriculum;

- Difference and Diversity in Physical Education.

This benchmark work is essential reading for educators and students in the field of physical education.

 

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Contents

44 Induction of beginning physical educators into the school setting
425
45 Teaching styles and inclusive pedagogies
449
narrative research in physical education
467
47 Teachers beliefs
486
48 Teachers knowledge
502
49 Coaching and coach education
516
410 Physical education teacher education PETE policy
540
Physical Education Curriculum
563

22 The sociology of physical education
109
23 History of physical education
123
24 Social psychology and physical education
141
25 Public health and physical education
163
Learners and Learning in Physical Education
189
31 Time and learning in physical education
191
32 The classroom ecology paradigm
214
33 Learner cognition
226
34 Constructivist perspectives on learning
242
35 Situated perspectives on learning
262
36 Learners and popular culture
275
37 Development and learning of motor skill competencies
292
38 Assessment for learning in physical education
312
39 Students perspectives on physical education
326
310 Student learning within the didactique tradition
347
Teachers Teaching and Teacher Education in Physical Education
367
41 Theoretical orientations in physical education teacher education
369
42 Models and curricula of physical education teacher education
386
43 Learning to teach in the field
407
51 Curriculum construction and change
565
52 Research into elementary physical education programs
580
a view of the research
596
54 Social and individual responsibility programs
610
55 Gamecentered approaches to teaching physical education
627
56 Physical education and youth sport
652
a biobehavioral perspective
665
58 Adventure education and physical education
685
59 Teaching dance in the curriculum
703
Difference and Diversity in Physical Education
721
61 Sexuaity and physical education
723
62 Race and ethnicity in physical education
740
63 Disability and physical education
752
64 Girls and physical education
767
65 More art than science? Boys masculinities and physical education research
784
66 Social class and physical education
796
Index
809
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Doune Macdonald is a professor and Head of the School of Human Movement Studies. Doune completed her undergraduate degree in Human Movement Studies at The University of Queensland before teaching health and physical education in primary and secondary schools. Professor Macdonald returned to UQ for her honours degree, obtained her PhD through Deakin University and rejoined the School in 1990. In 1998 she won an Australian Award for University Teaching. Professor Macdonald serves on the editorial boards of Teaching Education, Sport, Education and Society, and is Vice-President of AIESEP. Research interests The past decade has brought a number of changes to the field of health and physical education in the school and tertiary sector. Professor Macdonald's research interests have attempted to understand these shifts through the lens of professional socialisation, discourse analysis and identity construction using predominantly qualitative methods. In particular, much of her work has addressed the challenges of curriculum reform and its impact upon teachers and teaching. More recently Professor Macdonald's interests have moved outside the formal education sphere to broader questions of physical activity and young people with two funded projects looking at at-risk young people and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Currently the Australian Research Council, the National Health and Medical Research Council, Queensland Health and the Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs fund some of her research projects.

Professor Mary O'Sullivan joined the PESS department in 2005 and is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences. Prior to joining the PESS department, Mary was an Associate Dean for the College of Education at Ohio State University. Since joining the University of Limerick, Professor O'Sullivan has founded the Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport (PEPAYS) Research Centre at the University of Limerick which has a growing group of postgraduate students and researchers conducting research related to physical education, youth sport, and physical activity. Mary graduated from the University of Limerick (then Thomond College of Education) with a BA in 1976, and subsequently was awarded a Master of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, Canada in 1980 and a PhD from Ohio State University in 1983. Professor Mary O'Sullivan joined the PESS department in 2005 and is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences. Prior to joining the PESS department, Mary was an Associate Dean for the College of Education at Ohio State University. Since joining the University of Limerick, Professor O'Sullivan has founded the Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport (PEPAYS) Research Centre at the University of Limerick which has a growing group of postgraduate students and researchers conducting research related to physical education, youth sport, and physical activity. Mary graduated from the University of Limerick (then Thomond College of Education) with a BA in 1976, and subsequently was awarded a Master of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, Canada in 1980 and a PhD from Ohio State University in 1983. Professor Mary O'Sullivan joined the PESS department in 2005 and is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences. Prior to joining the PESS department, Mary was an Associate Dean for the College of Education at Ohio State University. Since joining the University of Limerick, Professor O'Sullivan has founded the Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport (PEPAYS) Research Centre at the University of Limerick which has a growing group of postgraduate students and researchers conducting research related to physical education, youth sport, and physical activity. Mary graduated from the University of Limerick (then Thomond College of Education) with a BA in 1976, and subsequently was awarded a Master of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, Canada in 1980 and a PhD from Ohio State University in 1983. Professor Mary O'Sullivan joined the PESS department in 2005 and is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences. Prior to joining the PESS department, Mary was an Associate Dean for the College of Education at Ohio State University. Since joining the University of Limerick, Professor O'Sullivan has founded the Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport (PEPAYS) Research Centre at the University of Limerick which has a growing group of postgraduate students and researchers conducting research related to physical education, youth sport, and physical activity. Mary graduated from the University of Limerick (then Thomond College of Education) with a BA in 1976, and subsequently was awarded a Master of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, Canada in 1980 and a PhD from Ohio State University in 1983

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